Wednesday, 7 November 2012

A Little Fall


A little fall

Tutorial written by and © to Bits N Bobs 7th November 2012
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Supplies needed.
Font of choice for your name and text.
I am using 2Peas Picnic Basket
Tube of  choice.
I am using Bits N Bobs Steampunk2 available at MyTubedArt .
Tube is not to be used without the correct copyright info and MyTubedArt Licence .
Mask of choice.
I am using my own Mask. BNB-M7 available here
Scrap kit A Little Goes A Long Way by Bits N Bobs available here
Scraps I am using from this kit are as follows....
Paper 7,  Elements 8, 40, 41, 48

Note
This tutorial was written in PSP 9 and uses animation shop.
Open all supplies in paintshop except the font.
Double click on your font and minimize.
Open a new image, 500 x 500 at 72 dpi.

1. Re-size your paper to 500 pixels wide,
Copy, paste as a new layer
Layers/ New mask layer/ from image,
Find your mask image of choice,
Source luminance tabbed, Invert mask data untabbed.
Ok.
Layers/ merge group.


2. Copy the close up of your tube,
paste as a new layer.
Re-size this close up layer to 300 pixels high
all layers un-tabbed.
Position to your liking.
We are going to mask this layer in a minute.
With your freehand selection tool erase the bottom
part of your tube.

Selections/ Select none.
Layers/ New mask layer/ from image,
Find your mask image of choice.
All settings the same so just click ok.
Layers/ merge group.
Layers/ Properties
Change blend mode to Luminance Legacy.
Opacity 100, Layer Visible tabbed,
Linkset 0, Highlight un-tabbed.


3. Copy element 41and paste as a new layer.
Position to your liking, Layers/ Arrange/ Send to bottom.
Layers/ Duplicate, Image/ Mirror, Image/ Flip.
Layers/ Merge/ Merge Down.

4. Activate the top layer.
Copy element 40 and paste as a new layer.
Position to the left of your close up tube.
Add a drop shadow if you want one,
I have used... V 3, H 3, O 100, B 9.0, Colour: 000000

5. Activate Element 8, Image/ Rotate/ Free rotate
All layers tabbed, Direction right, free rotate 45.

Image/ Re-size to 400 pixels wide.
Copy and paste as a new layer and position towards the bottom..
Add a drop shadow if you want one,
I have used... V 3, H 3, O 100, B 9.0, Colour: 000000

6. Copy your main tube.
Paste as a new layer,
Image/ re-size to 300 pixels high,
all layers un-tabbed.
Add a drop shadow if you want one,
I have used... V 3, H 3, O 100, B 9.0, Colour: 000000

7. Activate Element 47,
Image/ Re-size to 100 pixels high.
Image/Mirror.
With your freehand selection tool
Cut away all except the lantern.

Selections/ Select none.
Layers/ Merge/ Merge Visible
Add all your copyright info.

*** Note:
Save now or continue for the animation steps
*** End note:

8.  Layers merge, use your dodge tool with settings in screen shot  below to
 lighten the lamp area slightly ( click two or three times ) as shown in the 2nd screenshot.
Layers/ Duplicate and using your dodge tool click two or three times in the
same place as before on this 2nd layer.
Layers/ Duplicate and using your dodge tool click two or three times
 in the same place as before on this 3rd layer.


9. Activate the bottom layer.
Edit/ Copy, Open animation shop,
Edit/ Paste as a new animation.
Go back to paint shop, activate the middle layer.
Edit/ Copy, go back to animation shop,
Edit/ Paste after current frame.
Go back to paint shop, activate the top layer.
Edit/ Copy, go back to animation shop,
Edit/ Paste after current frame.
Go back to paint shop, activate the middle layer.
Edit/ Copy, go back to animation shop,
Edit/ Paste after current frame.

10. Create your name in paintshop as normal,
copy the file and paste as a new animation into animation shop.
Copy the name in animation shop, activate your animation,
edit/ select all, edit/ propogate paste, edit/ paste into
selected frame and then file/save as.
Below are my Custom Settings for saving.
Some tags may need these setting altered to your liking.


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